WNC BRAIN TUMOR SUPPORT

          May Monthly Meeting

Brain Tumor Awareness

 6:00 p.m. 

Thursday, May 18, 2017

MAHEC Education Building

 

                        WNC Brain Tumor Support    wncbts@bellsouth.net

Members, caregivers and families.

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 Celebrating its 15th year!!      2001- 2016

 "To know the way, ask those coming back."

Western North Carolina Brain Tumor Support is an adult support group for brain tumor survivors, their families, and caregivers.

WNC Brain Tumor Support recognizes that individuals and families respond uniquely to the trauma that a brain tumor imposes on their lives. WNC Brain Tumor Support strives to provide educational and emotional support to assist them in their journey in  obtaining the best possible state of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

The group strives to improve the quality of life of brain tumor patients and their families through social  interaction.

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Some comments from our members:

 "I love what you’re doing and the positive impact of the group offers loving togetherness; we are not alone, but helping each other to the best of our ability."


" I enjoy talking and sharing with other members."

" I am so thankful I found somebody, finally that has been through a similar situation as I have. The group has given me enough hope that you will ever know!"

" I believe that I can and will be alive to get to know my grandchildren. Thank you for giving us so much hope!"

" You are truly a testament to the power of "never getting up" and "persevering" in spite of the greatest of challenges. You give HOPE to those who start to feel defeated and it's really amazing..."

                WNC Brain Tumor Support was founded by George Plym, a 14 time brain tumor survivor.

 

George Plym is the president of WNC Brain Tumor Support and also on the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Comprehensive Cancer Center Regional Advisory Board. 

The group was formed in 2001 and has grown to become known not only in North Carolina, but world known.

Since its inception, the local group has had more than 100 members,  averaging approximately 15 to 23 members for meetings and  countless members scattered through the world with its online program.

                    We are proud to be sponsored by:

   

 *** To make an appointment: ***

7 Vanderbilt Park Dr.
Asheville, North Carolina 28803
828.255.7776

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Updated 4/24/2016

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, Jun 15 All Day

Western North Carolina Brain Tumor Support meets at MAHEC

WNC Brain Tumor Support meets monthly from 6:00 to 7:45 PM on the third Thursday of each month.  We meet at MAHEC (Mountain Area Health Education Building) except for special meetings like the annual survivors picnic. MAHEC is located at 121 Hendersonville Rd (near the Double Tree Hotel). Asheville, NC 28803.   The MAHEC phone number is 828- 257-4400.


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The meeting will start at 6:00- 7:45 with refreshments in the room posted at the entrance.

Meetings often include special expert speakers and/or events, targeted to provide information of specific interest to the brain tumor community.  All meetings also provide time for social interaction and practical information exchange that has been shown time and again to improve the quality of life of the patients, their families and caregivers.

For further information e-mail us at wncbts@bellsouth.net.

Memorials and Donations can be sent to:

WNC Brain Tumor Support

27 Greenleaf Circle

Asheville, NC 28804-2347

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Inclement Weather Policy

The following procedure will be observed for inclement weather conditions forWNC Brain Tumor Support functions. We will go by A-B Tech. night class policy.

Announcements concerning WNC BTS (A-B Tech) will be made by 3:30 pm on local radio and TV stations for night classes. A voice mail message will be recorded on the switchboard.

Commuters should exercise personal judgment concerning highway conditions regardless of A-B College announcements, particularly those commuting from outlying areas.